Loneliness of the long distance driver: Mercedes star Lewis Hamilton says life inside Formula One’s coronavirus bubble has been ‘difficult’ without support from fans as he prepares for the Belgian Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton has admitted he is struggling to cope with the loneliness of Formula One’s coronavirus season. Lewis Hamilton is struggling to cope with the loneliness of Formula One’s coronavirus season. ‘This is magnified this year with having to limit the people in your bubble. Hamilton has a 37-point lead over Max Verstappen in Friday’s Belgian Grand Prix. Not so heavily, it turns out, that he was willing to boycott the race here in Spa. This weekend’s race takes place a year after Formula Two driver Anthoine Hubert was killed. On Friday, it was announced that the second of those races will take place on the shorter, outer circuit.

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